Weekly Poll: What Would You Like To See At Google I/O?

The time is near. The biggest Android-related conference is coming up next week, as Google will hold the annual I/O developer conference starting on May 18th. While there is bound to be lots to see and experience, there are a few heavy hitters that a majority of Android enthusiasts are surely excited about over anything else. Android N would likely be one of these things as it's been rumored that Google might be unveiling the final build of Android N software, or perhaps launch it. This leads us to the next thing that is rumored to potentially receive an unveiling next week. The two new Nexus devices that are rumored to be manufactured by HTC for launch this year. While they may not launch at the event, it's entirely possible that Google may have the units to show off as they announce them officially. Keep in mind, though, that they may not show off any Nexus devices at all, too.

The other big device which may show up is Android VR hardware, which has been receiving quite a bit of attention lately as the most recent piece of tech rumored to be shown off at the event. What's more, the latest rumor about Android VR states that the device Google will unveil will be the standalone headset that was said to be in development. There are quite a few sessions revolving around VR that will take place during Google I/O next week, which leads people to believe that there is a good chance Android VR will make its official debut at the conference. Of all the things that Google may or may not show off during the event, what are most excited to see, or what are you hoping to see?

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